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Started by madmanwithanender3v2, Apr 24, 2020, 08:00 pm

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madmanwithanender3v2

Apr 24, 2020, 08:00 pm Last Edit: Apr 24, 2020, 08:01 pm by dal3k
I was recently inspecting a strangle glowing crack in my wall, and I inserted my hand in to see how deep it was, only when I realized I had caught hold of something. I pulled it out, and realized it was a fragment of a tardis.. My condolences to whoever's tardis has been tampered with by the Kovarian Chapter! (Mine is still in the Gallirey blackhole shipyard)

Kidding.

Lockdown being lockdown, boredom catches up with you, so I decided to do a build just for fun, something small and easy. What better then the tardis fragment from Cold Blood? Working with a cardboard box and a printout of the upper section of the signage (and some pens and a pencil) I threw together I quick mockup of the fragment, and I'm quite pleased with it. It may not be rubbertoe level, but hey, it's good in my book!  ;D

Pictures below showing comparisons to mine and the real thing.

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"I like that. 'Allons-y.' I should say allons-y more often. Allons-y. Look sharp, Rose Tyler! Allons y. And then, it would be really brilliant if I met someone called Alonso, because then I could say: 'Allons-y, Alonso', every time!"

Davros Skaro

Nice job! Very well done, it looks the part!  ;) :D :)
Chris.

madmanwithanender3v2

"I like that. 'Allons-y.' I should say allons-y more often. Allons-y. Look sharp, Rose Tyler! Allons y. And then, it would be really brilliant if I met someone called Alonso, because then I could say: 'Allons-y, Alonso', every time!"

Angelus Lupus

Pretty dang good! Just shows what you do do with cardboard!
A mixed-up non-conformist, trying to fit in.

madmanwithanender3v2

Thanks! And yes, cardboard really is amazing..
"I like that. 'Allons-y.' I should say allons-y more often. Allons-y. Look sharp, Rose Tyler! Allons y. And then, it would be really brilliant if I met someone called Alonso, because then I could say: 'Allons-y, Alonso', every time!"